Attorneys and consultants who work with associations see their share of troubled boards of directors. In fact, I believe that troubled boards outnumber focused efficient boards by a substantial margin. Notwithstanding their problems, most boards seem to get by, although they could be better.
However, when a board of directors has more than its share of troubles and struggles, it can become dysfunctional.
This article will point out ten key indicators of a dysfunctional board. While every association has a different way of working, the presence of more than a few of these signs is cause for concern.
Key indicators are… here.
Is Your Franchisee Association Board Dysfunctional?
March 1, 2012 by Mark | 0 Comments